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2007-08-16
Name: Editor Did your child have a difficult time during teething? Do you have a dental care routine for your child? Do you believe in restricting the sugar in your child' s diet?
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2007-08-21
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Name: Anoop
Subject:  Get children to love brushing
Onece they are older, get children to enjoy brushing their own teeth. If they are allowed to do so independently, that itself is a great boost to their morale.

However, till they are able to do so properly, the right thing would be to continue doeijng so yourself, while at the same time, giving them some time to do so independently. This is quite important to get them to see this actibity as enjoyable, rather than as a pain or a chore.
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2007-08-22
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Name: manek
Subject:  Fruity toothpastes
When I was young i loved the fruity toothpaste that were available for children. I loved the taste and so was very keen about brishing. Are these toothpastes still available?
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2007-08-17
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Name: Rohini
Subject:  Dental care a priority
This is a good article about a very neglected asapect of care for young children. Keep it up.
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2007-08-17
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Name: Shanti
Subject:  Sugar Restrictions?
No, I dont strictly restrict my children from sweets. I just ensure that they brush their teeth twice a day regularly and go for dentist check ups at least once a year if not every six months
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2007-08-17
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Name: Shalini
Subject:  I agree
My elder son constantly cried when he was teething and also developed fever. My daughter though passed through her teething stage with minimum discomfort. Each child develops differently and should be treated accordingly.
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